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Defrosting of the Korean conflict
« on: November 13, 2017, 05:09:27 AM »
Defrosting of the Korean conflict: the U.S. intelligence community is busy with preparations for subversive actions on the nuclear facilities in North Korea

While president Trump during his speech at the South Korea's parliament was calling to join forces in opposing the North Korean regime and promised "to defend security and freedom", there appeared some peculiar details of the U.S. Armed Forces' preparations to a military conflict with Pyongyang. It's no secret anymore that Pentagon is considering in earnest the conduction of the ground operation in the DPRK so that to eliminate the nuclear threat it emanates.

No details relating to yet another military escapade of the USA have been ever made formally available by any Pentagon representative. However, such preparations are really difficult to be concealed. Moreover, the leakage of the information was practically inevitable taking into account the branched structure of the U.S. intelligence community. The analyst, a staffer of the Defense Intelligence Agency, disclosed the information on preparations for subversive actions on the nuclear facilities in North Korea. When answering the questions of the interviewer he reasonably didn't mention his name for fear of criminal prosecution in the aftermath of the classified data disclosure. 



The text of the interview:

Alex Lantier: Good evening, I hope I'm not much distracting you. When we met last time you said that you wished to share some important information with us regarding confrontation between Washington and Pyongyang. By the way, are there any risks for me?

Conversation partner: Hi! Well, I totally understand that I may be looking at capital punishment only for this interview with you. And as for you, we are in the country where journalists are not yet killed for such conversation. You only risk being called a liar. So, you ready?

(Laughing) They repeatedly tried to blame it on me. But alas, accusers never could advance any arguments in support thereof. And the name they will give me depends on what you are going to tell me.

OK, then, listen to what I tell you. Soon you'll cease laughing. The situation is dire enough. And if it wasn't clear to me, we would be never having this talk...

So, will it be a war after all?

It's not quite as simple. No one expects any type of full-scale conflict. We got too much used to absolute domination. We like to believe that no one is able to respond. 76 years have passed since the attack on Pearl Harbor. And we've forgotten what it's like.

And what about Vietnam?

It's not the same thing. Although... there is a similarity. Johnson at that time like Trump these days was under information vacuum pressure...

Well, Johnson's misinformation initiated by the US intelligence community is only a version, and not very popular one...

It's you, journalists, who are talking about versions. Analysts like to use facts. But we got distracted again. So, our elites got used to absolute domination and forgot one very important law, namely, there is nothing that remains the same in the world. And simple recipes that have proved successful ever since Saddam's withdrawal, if not before, are counterproductive now.

What recipes are you talking about?

About such well-known ones as manipulation and misinformation, bribery of elites, regular advance of agent assets to the enemy's management structures, and so on. In some cases, targeted influence is needed...

SOF?

Of course, but in the case of North Korean 'loony tune', not much of it can be worked now. And not everyone in the US Defense Department wants to acknowledge it. 'We represent a great country, and so, we will blow the young Jong-un away together with his flying scrap, and he does not have time to let out a squeak', they believe.

Don't you think so?

Why not? The North Koreans have no chance to win. Our opportunities are too diverse. But I'm sure that they will be able to respond, targeting our allies if not us.

Well, so far, you have said nothing sensational...


Yes, everyone's heard it and everybody is talking about it, which is considered to keep Trump from doing something reckless although he'd never admit it. Only the US intelligence community has always been playing own games without informing neither President nor Congress. I'm glad we've recalled Vietnam. We can recall the events in Iraq. I mean, if there is no reason for us to destroy the enemy, we can make it up.

And what formal reason will be needed to destroy the North Korean regime?


The reason is still the same. I mean, it is underground nuclear tests. Our intelligence service claims to have received information about Kim Jong-un's plans to start the biggest fireworks show at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang (South Korea) or during the Games. Just now we are preparing a report on the matter. And it will be that reason.

What is the basis for the report?

Well, I did say that manipulation of facts is one of these methods. It's quite enough to show you a grainy satellite photo; make the related commentary by complementing it with fabrication of human and electronic intelligence results, and make that all stuff public. What we end up with, is a scary story about the irresponsible regime that plans to set off a bomb even during the XXIII Olympic Winter Games held in the neighboring country where American spectators and sportsmen will be deployed.


And do you really think anyone in the UNO will believe it?

And when did it ever stop us?

And what's next?

(Sighing) And then, according to the egghead gentlemen of our Department, it will be quite easy. The 'Conclusions' part of the report contains an offer... Oh, no... It is not even an offer: it is a reference to the need to conduct active operations at North Korean nuclear facilities. Together with affecting the troop command system...

Subversive actions?

Yes, it includes destruction of infrastructure and physical elimination of experts... Functional kill of communications points and command centers.

Is it realizable?


Officials at the Ministry are positive about that. However I doubt that that will unarm Kim Jong-un. He will retaliate.

Have time limits been set out for it?

We are now talking about the date February 10, not later. I think this date was not chosen at random. And it's not just that such major international event as Olympics is always a good distraction. And our internal problems have a not inconsiderable role to play here. 

It sounds like one more new conspiracy theory...

That's not like it at all. Everything's more prosaic and easy. You know the Fed has announced balance sheet reduction. It means that the US Treasury will have to attract private investors' funds in order to pay the government's bills. And in January they will face serious problems.

Do they need another crisis?

Surely, money is behind everything in the world. And the big money is behind every war...

What consequences this may have?


Well, for you personally this means nothing if you are not going to visit Pyeongchang in February. At the same time, I think, the war will break out on the Korean peninsula. It'll be short, but murderous. In one way or another, it'll affect all the nearest countries where there are the US military bases.

That sounds terrifying. But let's hope it'll never come to that. I hope our leadership will have the good sense to stop it. Thank you for your time. That is indeed very important information. And if its publication doesn't help to prevent the war, then it may help postpone it. I'll be glad to publish this information.


Judging by the information disclosed by the analyst, "short but murderous war" will burst out on the Korean Peninsula not later than on 10 February, 2018. Pentagon appears to have been long staying not quite relevant and able to see things as they really are. It even doesn't consider the possibility of any retaliation strike. Also, at this time the Korean Peninsula is to be crowded by residents of many other countries, Americans including. We can only hope that Trump won't brave it to make all these people targets for the North Korean missiles. As for Kim Jong-un, he is out to hit back targeting all the American allies in the region regardless consequences.


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Re: Defrosting of the Korean conflict
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2017, 06:52:00 AM »
Screw the little Red Puppet!
NK will be nothing more than a fart in annals of history if and when it ever actually provokes a war with the rest of the world into war.
NK is nothing more than a buffer for China from the West which is why China walks this phony diplomatic line for the press, when in fact, the Commie bastards are prodding Kim more and more as a distraction to their movement in the China Sea.

The sooner we neuter Kim, the sooner we can concentrate on pushing China back into its cave it so dearly loved over several millennia.
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Re: Defrosting of the Korean conflict
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2017, 08:25:17 AM »
Oh, one other point. I suggest you come back and debate this bull shit within the day, or I'm booting your ass and deleting the content.
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Re: Defrosting of the Korean conflict
« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2017, 07:03:01 PM »
Oh, one other point. I suggest you come back and debate this bull shit within the day, or I'm booting your ass and deleting the content.
       

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Re: Defrosting of the Korean conflict
« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2017, 07:06:32 PM »
       

Where did he go!
I'm certain you can find this exact same post at a dozen other forums he never came back to.
Either a Russian troll, or someone with serious mental issues.
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Re: Defrosting of the Korean conflict
« Reply #5 on: November 13, 2017, 11:33:33 PM »
Oh, one other point. I suggest you come back and debate this bull shit within the day, or I'm booting your ass and deleting the content.
Hey, there! I just used this forum for crossposting to promote the staff I got. Thnx a lot for editing my post instead of erasing it shortly and pls receive my apologies if I broke some of your rules.

No, this is not a peace of trolling. Here s just information I picked up in the net and shared. Pls ignore if u consider this to be a sort of nonsense.

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Re: Defrosting of the Korean conflict
« Reply #6 on: November 14, 2017, 05:40:06 AM »
Hey, there! I just used this forum for crossposting to promote the staff I got. Thnx a lot for editing my post instead of erasing it shortly and pls receive my apologies if I broke some of your rules.
What in the Hell does that mean?
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No, this is not a peace of trolling. Here s just information I picked up in the net and shared. Pls ignore if u consider this to be a sort of nonsense.
So you come to a forum, throw down some nonsense without links to back up a captured page from a site that no longer carries the article, and wonder if you may have broken some rules?
Etiquette, first you become a member and let everyone get to know you and where you''re coming from, then if one wants to be taken seriously, you open a conversation on any given subject, and not upchuck a bunch of unsupported opinion pieces to create your case.

I will gladly debate you over the issue of NK with actual facts and not a bunch of OP's written by pacifists.
So come back, make your best case for why NK should be left alone while it intimidates and murders its neighbors.
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